"Find your passion, cultivate your dreams" Still time to register for many LCC Community and Continuing Ed Courses
LANSING 8/27/12 – iPads for Teachers. CPR for Health Care Professionals. Making Music in Garage Band. Understanding Brain Injuries. Job Search Skills. Nature Filmmaking. General Civil Mediation.
Lansing Community College offers a variety of noncredit courses that help individuals gain new knowledge and skills related to the workplace or explore personal development as they enhance their quality of life. Many of these courses for fall semester are still open for registration.
Community Education classes offer learners of all ages access to lifelong learning in personal interest and leisure subjects. The Continuing Education program helps adults develop new job skills, advance in careers, and qualify for professional licensure, relicensure or certification.
Some classes are held at the college’s downtown Lansing campus, others at locations throughout the college’s five-county service area (Ingham, Clinton, Eaton, Shiawassee and Livingston), making it convenient for students.
Registration is easy. For community
education (personal enrichment) courses, go to
You can get information about and register for classes in:
Computers, technology and web
Creative arts and culture
Language, community and citizenship
Personal business, finance and law
Recreation and wellness
Travel and study abroad
For continuing education (career-related) courses, go to www.lcc.edu/lifelong/continuing/ to learn more about and register for classes in:
Computer and office skills
Post-degree certificates in a variety of fields
Business and finance
Technical trades and certifications
For more information or to register by phone, call 517-483-1860.